The LG G4c takes the design of a flagship phone, miniaturises it a little... Still, the G4c is a nice phone. ItÂ´s design is excellent and practical, and the 5 inch is a very good size. ItÂ´s a good enough screen for most purposes.
The LG G4c is comfortable to hold, has a competent camera, good speakers and great battery life. Yet a lack of internal storage and the limited RAM stop it from reaching the same heights as its competitors.
LG has tried to use the G4C's curved screen to help separate it from other players in the crowded budget arena. The problem is that the curve is so subtle that it's barely noticeable, and certainly doesn't add anything to the overall viewing experience. Couple that with a processor that fails to properly manage even basic navigation of the phone, and a pitiful amount of storage, and the G4C ends up as a less-than-stellar device.
The LG G4c is not a bad smartphone. It does the job more or less across the board. What we don't understand is how it's marketed in relation to the very similar and cheaper Spirit, and especially the G3 S.
Although we think the LG G4c has got the size and many of its design traits right, its laggy performance sends out the wrong message about the G4 namesake. It inadvertently compromises the flagship's integrity.
If LG manages to squash the lag, the LG G4s would make a decent affordable phone. However, it still would not be close to the best in its class.
Performance issues and a relatively high price make this a disappointing mid-range Android.
The LG G4c is too cut-down and too highly priced to be a strong option for most consumers and apart from the sound quality, it doesn't really have any stand-out or iconic features past the vague resemblance to its bigger, better brother. Where this phone may be a reasonable option is for those looking for a modicum of style with a lot of simplicity and an entry level price, perhaps making the G4c a good choice for those seeking an entry level model, but not much more.
The LG G4c has a good camera and lengthy battery life, but its display leaves a lot to be desired.... The LG G4c has a reasonable camera and a fantastic battery life, but when it's competing alongside other flagships, its poor screen, small amount of storage and mediocre performance simply doesn't measure up. It's not terrible but it's distinctly below average.
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